Actress Judy Greer reveals she did a lot of comedic improv on the Ant-Man set, but she isn't sure how much will be used in the movie.
Tim Mahoney discusses the 12-year journey he undertook on the documentary Patterns of Evidence: The Exodus, in theaters January 19.
Director Paul King offers an interesting look behind-the-scenes of his family comedy Paddington, in theaters this weekend.
Based on the classic sci-fi thriller, 12 Monkeys is now a thrilling adventure series starring Aaron Stanford and Amanda Schull.
Sarah Wayne Callies talks about the arduous road to the silver screen for the drama Black November, in theaters and on VOD January 9th.
William Fichtner talks about his experience shooting Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as it comes home for the holidays on Blu-ray and DVD.
William Fichtner shines some light on his original role as Shedder, and reveals he'll likely be back for Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles 2.
Star Wars star Mark Hamill is set to reprise his role as the Trickster on The CW's The Flash, a role he originated on the 1990 TV series.
Andy Serkis confirms that he is playing not playing more than one character in Star Wars: The Force Awakens.
Director Wes Ball takes us inside The Glade to discuss his experiences in making The Maze Runner, debuting on Blu-ray and DVD December 16.
Battlestar Galactica alum Richard Hatch stars as Gaz in the live-action short Loadout: Going in Hot, debuting December 16 on Machinima.
Derek Waters reveals the secrets behind Drunk History, with Season 1 and 2 available on DVD just in time for the holidays.
Allison Miller discusses creating music with Katey Sagal, and playing such a quirky character in the indie Always Woodstock.
James Wolk discusses his time on the unseasonably chilly California set and playing a small-town doctor in the new indie Always Woodstock.
In a clip from the special features, Rachelle Lefevre discusses working with Ryan Phillippe in Reclaim, on Blu-ray November 18th.
Joaquin Phoenix briefly discusses his talks to play Doctor Strange, while revealing some of his favorite comic books.
Ingrid Bolso Berdal takes us through her archery training and working with Dwayne Johnson in Hercules, available now on DVD and Blu-ray.
Joss Whedon comments on the several shooting locations for Avengers: Age of Ultron, while hinting that these heroes have made some enemies.
Kevin Feige takes on a number of subjects in his latest Marvel Q&A, including Black Panther, Infinity War, Civil War and a whole lot more.
50 Cent shares his experiences on the set of The Prince, and how he sometimes has trouble getting back into character in a new interview.
Joel David Moore discusses his role as a young priest in the new demonic thriller Grace the Possession, now available on DVD.
Edward Norton says he turned down Avengers because he wanted to have a more diverse career after The Incredible Hulk.
James Spader shares the humorous aspects of his villain in Avengers: Age of Ultron, adding that he's more than a little crazy.
27-year-old Broadway star Ray Fisher reveals fans are in for 'a hell of a treat' when Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice hits theaters.
Shawn Ashmore sheds new light on Bobby 'Iceman' Drake in X-Men: Days of Future Past, now available on Blu-ray and DVD.
Robert Downey Jr. once again tries to set the record straight about Iron Man 4 while praising his next turn as Tony Stark.
Michael Keaton fondly looks back at his time spent under the cowl on Tim Burton's 1989 Batman and still considered it an interesting movie.
Jai Courtney, who takes on the iconic role of Kyle Reese in Terminator 5, explains why it's neither a reboot or sequel.
Director Paul Feig describes his new vision for Ghostbusters, which is scary and begins in a world where Venkman, Stanz and Spengler don't exist.
Edgar Ramirez reveals why he wanted to bring the inspirational story behind Simon Bolivar to life in The Liberator, in theaters October 3rd.
Tom Berenger returns to his iconic character Thomas Beckett in Sniper: Legacy, available now on DVD.
Ben Kingsley voices the villainous Archibald Snatcher in Laika's stop-motion animated adventure The Boxtrolls, in theaters September 26th.
Director Antoine Fuqua reunites with Denzel Washington to create some very intense action sequences in The Equalizer.
Co-star Dan Stevens joins Liam Neeson for a look at Walk Among the Tombstones, in theaters this weekend.
Arrow star Katie Cassidy takes on a role unlike any character she's played before as the schizophrenic Suki in The Scribbler.
Legendary director Terry Gilliam discovers Rain Johnson is directed the next two Star Wars sequels and quizzes him on the experience.
Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim are back to talk about their new Adult Swim series, called one of Fall 2014's best new shows.
Filmmaker Jen McGowan discusses how Kelly & Cal sprung from a chance USC alumni program, assembling the cast and her favorite moment.
Anthony Daniels will be wearing a refurbished suit that is more comfortable, but fans will not be able to tell the difference in Star Wars 7.
Patrick Warburton offers exclusive insight into The Tick reboot, revealing that it is a different take on the original.